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with artist & sculptor Liz Lescault
Stress Release and Finding Ease
Breathe It Out; Move It Out; Talk It Out
In this program, we will focus on our mind-body connection and explore ways to manage our stress and live with more ease. Our practices will have the intention of moving tension out of our bodies. With this intention in mind, we will share our personal stories and move and engage with each other in playful ways.
This program is based in affirmation and looking for the good. Accordingly, our shared, safe space will encourage us to explore our own creativity, to find our own answers and ways of managing our stress.
Creative movement forms can happen standing and moving within a small space or from a sitting position. Movement can also happen with our videos on or off. You are encouraged to take care of yourself and only participate at your comfort level. All are welcome.
Stress Release and Finding Ease will be offered monthly on the 3rd Thursday from 5:30 – 7:00pm ET.
Participants are encouraged to drop-in for any monthly session. Limited to 12 participants.
- July 21
Suggested Donation: $15
About Liz Lescault
Liz Lescault, a visual artist and sculptor, has practiced and taught art for over 40 years. Liz is also a Coordinator of the DC InterPlay Metro Region, is a certified leader and a member of the DC InterPlay Board. She leads Open Gathering days for InterPlay DC and organizes and leads workshops regionally and nationally online and in person.
Liz has been leading Art Lab both for Smith Center for the Healing Arts, for the Phillips Collection and for InterPlay internationally. Formerly, Liz, was a hotline crisis counselor, for various suicide prevention lifelines and The Trevor Project providing help for LGBTQ youth in crisis and the Prince Georges County Homeless Hotline. Liz has also led InterPlay for elders with chronic illness and cognitive disabilities at Iona Senior Center in Washington DC.
Liz melds her art, teaching, guidance and personal philosophy with InterPlay wisdom, tools and forms.
B.S., Psychology, Drew University, Madison, NJ
M.Ed., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, British Techniques of Open Education
Studied watercolor at WICE, an international arts and cultural association in Paris, France